I like PostgreSQL and ownCloud, but I do not like passwords, especially if they have to stored in plain text in a widely readable configuration file. So, I wanted to use PostgreSQL peer authentication with ownCloud as well.
[Updated 2013-07-28: Corrected “https” to “http” in Listen]
After a recent Apache update, Apache 2.2.22 (on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS “precise”) the following message appeared in the Apache error log:
[error] Server should be SSL-aware but has no certificate configured [Hint: SSLCertificateFile] ((null):0)
During the preparation of the iOS/OS X SOGo autoconfiguration tool, I noticed a few quirks. In order to make it easier for others to use these profiles, I am documenting what is missing in the official documentation or does not work according to specs (i.e., which is broken), in the hope that .mobileconfig files will be used more frequently. Continue reading Dealing with Apple .mobileconfig Configuration Profiles Quirks
Apple provides a lot of autoconfiguration for their groupware (Mail, Address Book/Contacts, iCal Calendar) on their Desktop OS X systems and their mobile devices. However, some of this autoconfiguration was there before there were agreed-upon standards, which especially plagues Contacts and Calendar when working with the excellent SOGo groupware. Especially the AddressBook on OS X (Lion and Mountain Lion) can be rather shrewd until things work well. Continue reading Automatic SOGo configuration for iOS (iPhone/iPad) and MacOSX (and more)